litigious parties

12. If the statute of frauds requires all real estate contracts to be in writing, why would a court ever need to interpret a real estate contract?

A. Because written contracts can’t provide for every possible circumstance.

B. Because courts like to regulate real estate contracts.

C. Because contracts are written in legalese that the parties can’t understand.

D. Because litigious parties will do anything to get out of a bad deal.